Nikon Z 35/1.8 S - hard to find a well centered copy?

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JimKasson Forum Pro • Posts: 32,208
Re: Short exposures and atmospheric disturbances

1llusive wrote:

JimKasson wrote:

Short exposures don't mitigate atmospheric disturbances. They do make the effects in the image more erratic from exposure to exposure, though. Not what you want for lens testing.

But longer exposures will blur the entire image, so pick your poison. The idea behind short exposures is a sanity check to not fool yourself into thinking you have a "bad copy" just because one image had a bad corner.

Short exposures can do just that, even worse than long ones. With short exposures, the amount of sharpness and distortion varies more from shot to shot.

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